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Jul
30
comment Does “I had done” make sense grammatically?
Thanks for the heads up.
Sep
13
comment Etymology of 'kinematics'
@Zairja so there's not actually a second word that creates the matics part of kinematics?
Sep
13
comment Etymology of 'kinematics'
Okay, I do now, do you know how Ampere came to cinematique? If you know any French you might be able to tell me the etymology of cinematique
Sep
13
comment Etymology of 'kinematics'
Not sure I really understand that...
Sep
13
comment Etymology of 'kinematics'
I know, he's being stupid, I know full well there are hundreds.
Sep
13
comment When speaking of age 13 and over, is it 12+ or 13+?
No, all ages above 12 means at least 13 in my question.
May
25
comment How to pronounce “worried”?
It does help actually, you pronounce it in the exact same way my friend pronounces it. @Alex, if one pronounces worry in a certain way, I don't see why the pronunciation of that part of worried would change, which is what I'm asking about.
May
25
comment How to pronounce “worried”?
I've edited it, perhaps it creates a better understanding
May
25
comment How to pronounce “worried”?
i've edited it in a way i hope you can understand better
May
25
comment How to pronounce “worried”?
where can I learn IPA?
May
24
comment How to pronounce “worried”?
That's annoying, hopefully someone else comes across this question who sees where I'm coming from.
May
22
comment Are “traitor” and “trader” pronounced the same?
In UK English, trader and traitor are very distinguishable
May
21
comment “Don't go nowhere”, what is this?
So, by saying "Don't go nowhere", you can mean "stay where you are" and be perfectly correct?
May
21
comment What does it mean when someone says he is from the “Class of 2001”?
do you know what it is in the UK?
May
20
comment A pun or not a pun?
That made me laugh, brilliant.
May
20
comment A pun or not a pun?
I down voted this question on the basis of what @RoaringFish had to say
May
19
comment What's the right way of expressing a desire to meet with someone in the future on the multiple basis?
Thank you. So I think we can conclude that you must have a variety of different ways of expressing this, depending on who your talking to and the context. Would you agree?
May
19
comment What's the right way of expressing a desire to meet with someone in the future on the multiple basis?
I think that by saying "regularly" it seems as if one is pushing the meeting.
May
19
comment More formal synonyms of “snob”
I guess adjectives will have to suffice, thanks.
May
19
comment More formal synonyms of “snob”
A synonym, but that is more sophisticated than that of "snob"